Balham_Green wrote:David_Fisher wrote:Balham_Green wrote:David_Fisher wrote:Balham_Green wrote:PL2 3DQ wrote: If the 25% capacity rule was implemented I would guess fans wouldn't be able to sit in their usual seat and instead be spread throughout Home Park.
Fans living in the same household would be able to sit together which would help with the capacity. This would be controlled by the club through online ticket sales.
I know in work places and shops where the 2 metre distancing rule is impossible to adhere to face masks are used so perhaps Home Park can be used at full capacity if all fans wear face masks, although there will be some fans who will remove their mask as soon as they sit down which will mean more stewards are needed.
Fanciful to suggest masks would facilitate a capacity crowd. But I think they could be compulsory for movement within the ground and help achieve the 25%. Once sat down they wouldnt be essential and difficult to enforce.
So on the way to the match - bus, train etc - masks compulsory - but once you're sat in your seat the danger of passing on or catching the virus magically disappears.
Have you passed on this development to the morons in Westminster?
Its not difficult to work out mate. Once you are sat in your seat you will be socially distancing as per much reduced capacity. I should think even the morons at Westminster get that even if you dont.
It's this sort of thinking that's got us further into this mess than just about every other country in the world.
I'll renew my season ticket when they go on sale but I don't think I'll be visiting Home Park until the vaccine is developed & available.
So what is wrong with 'this sort of thinking'. Do explain. A vaccine may never be available.
Dont you just love it when people dont come back to justify their original post. Possibly because they cant....